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Are Human Rights Violations Behind the AIDS Epidemic in the South?
Denying people access can increase their risk for HIV....


Commentary: Now Is Not the Time to Panic About Ebola
New York City has its first case of the virus. Why everyone should calm down....


Commentary: What Is Worsening the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Black America?
Why are Blacks so highly impacted by HIV and AIDS compared to whites?...


December 1 Is World AIDS Day!
Do you know your HIV status?...


Can PrEP End the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Black America?
Recent studies have found that HIV-negative people who take anti-retrovirals can reduce their chanc...


Are Mississippi’s HIV/AIDS Policies Making the Epidemic Worse for Black People?
In a new report, Human Rights Watch found that Mississippi's failure to support sorely needed AIDS ...


Ethiopia Tests Thousands for HIV in Record Attempt
The Nov. 30 turnout of 3,383 people exceeded expectations....


UN says AIDS epidemic slows, infections dropping
The global AIDS epidemic has slowed with a 20 percent decrease in new HIV infections over the past ...


3 big developments make AIDS outlook more hopeful
In the nearly 30 years the AIDS epidemic has raged | there has never been a more hopeful day than t...


Silence, Myths Fuel Black AIDS Epidemic
Updated Nov. 23, 2007 – When AIDS was whispered about as a new illness sweeping through the gay com...


News| HIVAIDS | Is AIDS in America Now a Black Disease?
Posted June 5, 2006 – How did AIDS go from a strange illness discovered among five White gay patien...


News| HIVAIDS | The Global Face of AIDS: Women Dying At Alarming Rate
Posted June 9, 2006 – When she was 19 years old, Inviolata Mwali Mmbwavi discovered she had AIDS. H...


Report: Black America Loses In Competition for HIV Help
Posted July 30, 2008 – If Black America were a country, it would rank 16th in the world in the numb...


Author E. Lynn Harris Stands Up to AIDS in Black America
Author E. Lynn Harris stands up for the fight against AIDS in Black America...


Feb. 7 Is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
African-Americans are the racial population most impacted by HIV/AIDS....


Commentary: When Will the "Down Low" Die?
Why blaming the AIDS epidemic on closeted gay Black men is played out and unfounded....


QandA With Kevin Fenton and Hydeia Broadbent on Young People and HIV
The CDC is encouraging young African Americans to talk openly about HIV....


Studies: HIV Can Be Prevented With AIDS Drugs
Studies done in three African nations show antiviral medicine can prevent HIV infection in heterose...


Commentary: Where the Democrats Stand on Health Care
President Obama and company want to expand health care to millions of Americans and address the gro...


In Rare Move, Uganda Leader Publicly Tests for HIV
Uganda's president tested for HIV in public on Friday to encourage millions of untested people to c...

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